The Original JAMB Admission letter is a document that officially certifies that your have been offered provisional admission into any degree programme in a Nigerian Higher Institution.
It contains information about the school you were offered admission, the faculty/school/college, department, the degree you are pursuing and the duration of the course.
Without this document, you cannot authentically prove to any body that you were offered admission into any higher institution in Nigeria. It is issued by ONLY JAMB, the official Educational board in Nigeria for Tertiary Institutions.
Uses Of this document
The JAMB Admission Letter is very important as it is usually required if;
1. you need to successfully complete your admission registration and clearance process.
2. You need to be approved and deployed for the National Youth Service Programme (NYSC).
3. you need to succesfully apply for a scholarship. Most Companies and Organizations will request for it.
4. you need to process your Travel Abroad documents.
As you can see, the document is exceptionally important hence the need to protect it and ensure that it is always available to you.
The Original JAMB Admission letters since 2006 till date are currently available and Myschoolcomm's trained staff can professional help you get it and send it to your email box, making sure you ALWAYS have it available to you anytime, anywhere.
The copy we are sending to your email box is Original and JAMB Approved and has the following advantages;
1. It is the Original Copy from JAMB and is accepted in any school or Organization.
2. It will be sent to your email box where you can reprint anytime and anywhere you are.
3. No scratch card is required for re-printing. Print hundreds of times.
4. It is always safe in your box. Even if you misplace one copy, simply log into your email box and reprint the original.
How to Obtain your Admission letter
1. Make a cash deposit of N2500 (two thousand five hundred naira only) to any of our official bank accounts as listed below, using your JAMB Registration Number as your depositor's name.